Why I’m no longer a Christian

Since: Dec 12

Yes, I'm an Atheist.

#466046 Aug 4, 2013
Oh my. I'll leave y'all to it.

*tiptoes out*

“You Can't Throw MeTo TheWolves”

Since: May 10

THEY COME WHEN I CALL

#466050 Aug 4, 2013
Gut Cracker wrote:
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You were founded in an abortion clinic dumpster. And you are still a reject today.
Eat my shit, christian.

Our REPUBLIC, and the very concept of the Republic, was founded by Greco-Roman Pagans.

“You Can't Throw MeTo TheWolves”

Since: May 10

THEY COME WHEN I CALL

#466051 Aug 4, 2013
http://www.topix.com/forum/topstories/TSHQAVD...

Saturday, August 3

satanlives wrote:
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yeah.. a naked dead jew nailed to piece of wood makes a great leader for you....about your mental level....go back to your cartoons..
Just Results wrote:
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When I hear of people like you getting killed, I'm overjoyed. It's like seeing dead bugs in my house after spraying the house with rodent spray.
JuicyLullz wrote:
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It's good that you admit to being a hateful inbred.
Just Results wrote:
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I'm adding you to my list of rodents.
satanlives wrote:
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perfect example of what inbreeding and home schooling results in.... VILLAGE IDIOTS and total ignorance....
WHO WAS THIS GOD?
- God was his father
- He was born in a cowshed.
- A human woman, a virgin, was his mother....
Just Results wrote:
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Your living proof that Indians f8cked buffalo. The ultimate in unsafe sex.
This is what “Just Results,” also known as “waaasssuuup” and as "gut stomper," calls the love of christianity. And then he calls *other* people hateful!

This guy is seriously damaged, demented and delusional. He is a danger to society.

Whatever name you go by, JR or waaasssuuup, or whatever other sock names you have, you are a sick and hateful servant of your demon-master jesus.

You have proven your hate for all things right and good and decent, and you have no place on this Earth; you should just leave.

I hope your Karma takes you out with cancer.

Now, go and cry about how everyone is abusing *you,* you utterly worthless piece of shit. Go on and call everyone else hateful. You bring it on yourself, and you cry and blame everyone else, while refusing to accept responsibility for your own actions.
Just Results wrote:
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Again, we see the ugly nature of an atheist.
All we see is the ugly nature of a christian.

“YO BOO”

Since: Sep 07

land of BOO

#466052 Aug 4, 2013
Kaitlin the Wolf Witch wrote:
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Eat my shit, christian.
Our REPUBLIC, and the very concept of the Republic, was founded by Greco-Roman Pagans.
I don't believe you!!!! if you want it Greco Roman style let me know I will make hollow Clownie no-mas

“You Can't Throw MeTo TheWolves”

Since: May 10

THEY COME WHEN I CALL

#466053 Aug 4, 2013
Kaitlin the Wolf Witch wrote:
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Eat my shit, christian.
Our REPUBLIC, and the very concept of the Republic, was founded by Greco-Roman Pagans.
T-Town Clown wrote:
<quoted text>I don't believe you!!!! if you want it Greco Roman style let me know I will make hollow Clownie no-mas
Get serious here for a second, willya pleeze?

Democracy was invented by the ancient Greeks, who were Pagans. The Roman Empire was originally founded on democracy, and the ancient Romans were Pagans.

Christianity has nothing to do with either democracy or the foundation of America. Surely, you've been exposed to this knowledge in high school.

“You Can't Throw MeTo TheWolves”

Since: May 10

THEY COME WHEN I CALL

#466054 Aug 4, 2013
You *have* been to high school, haven't you, Clownie?

“You Can't Throw MeTo TheWolves”

Since: May 10

THEY COME WHEN I CALL

#466055 Aug 4, 2013
Gut Cracker wrote:
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You were founded in an abortion clinic dumpster. And you are still a reject today.
You were excreted out of a pig's ass and left by the roadside. You are pigshit now, and forever.

Since: Jul 08

Columbus, OH

#466056 Aug 4, 2013
T-Town Clown wrote:
<quoted text>you know what to do chess nuts
take a big ole lick (_!_)
More Christian fantasies.

“YO BOO”

Since: Sep 07

land of BOO

#466057 Aug 4, 2013
Chess Jurist wrote:
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More Christian fantasies.
atheist fantasies are sick & nasty

“YO BOO”

Since: Sep 07

land of BOO

#466058 Aug 4, 2013
Kaitlin the Wolf Witch wrote:
You *have* been to high school, haven't you, Clownie?
make fun of me why don't you?

“You Can't Throw MeTo TheWolves”

Since: May 10

THEY COME WHEN I CALL

#466059 Aug 4, 2013
T-Town Clown wrote:
<quoted text>make fun of me why don't you?
I repeat: Our REPUBLIC, and the very concept of the Republic, was founded by Greco-Roman Pagans.

Democracy was invented by the ancient Greeks, who were Pagans. The Roman Empire was originally founded on democracy, and the ancient Romans were Pagans.

Christianity has nothing to do with either democracy or the foundation of America. Surely, you've been exposed to this knowledge in high school.

Since: Jul 08

Columbus, OH

#466060 Aug 4, 2013
T-Town Clown wrote:
<quoted text>atheist fantasies are sick & nasty
Apparently not nearly so as Christian ones, clown.

“H-o-o-o-o-o-o-ld on thar!”

Since: Sep 08

The Borderland of Sol

#466062 Aug 4, 2013
T-Town Clown wrote:
<quoted text>make fun of me why don't you?
NOW you worry about that?

Since: Aug 13

Hermitage, TN

#466063 Aug 4, 2013
DearthOfCouth wrote:
Why I’m no longer a Christian, Part Four
Finally, struggling with my private predicament in that pew during prayer service, I knew what it was that I had to do. I came to the realization that there was only one possible course of action that seemed to offer me any degree of self-respect, and there was no other course to take, so at long last I took it. I stood and walked out.
I did not look anyone in the eye as I passed and I have no idea whether anyone registered surprise, hostility, concern, or anything at all. For all I know they all faced forward and ignored me as I turned left at the end of the aisle and made my final exit from the building. The moment I reached the open air outside I was astonished to find that I was finally, after all this time, experiencing something that was vivid and genuine and undeniable. In fact it was nearly overpowering. It crested over me like a breaker:
Relief.
From now on, I resolved that day, I will not stop and examine my innermost thoughts and evaluate, whether they are appropriately reverent and sanctimonious. I will admit my doubts and reservations and when people ask me for my thoughts I will express them respectfully but openly, as I am doing now.
If everyone around me seems confident and secure where I am irresolute and sceptical then I decline to acknowledge this as a problem, for me or for anyone else. That’s just the way it is.
Leaving the prayer meeting that day was a liberating, exhilarating, and truly life-changing experience for me. It was my “baptism” and I will never forget it.
I’m free.
If I have to account someday for the decisions I’ve made and the actions I’ve taken, then I will. But I won’t again lie to anyone that I’m feeling something or sensing something when I’m not. I won’t try to deceive anyone around me but most importantly I won’t lie to myself. Life is too short to waste it that way.
They say a problem shared is a problem halved. It's not really of course - the problem is still there as it was before but people feel better after telling someone else. They get it off their chest although, again, really nothing has changed. It's the same with people believing in religion. As soon as they get baptized or whatever, it's like telling someone about their problems and they feel this weight being lifted off their shoulders but both these instances are in the mind of the individual. Of course nothing changes really. I mean, the notion that there's a man in the sky looking out for you is absolutely ludicrous in this day and age. All through time people have attributed things they didn't understand to the supernatural. Once science explains it, the supernatural element disappears. Where I'm from, very few people believe the God theory and take no interest in any form of religion, yet they don't have to lock their cars (or even houses) at night. Now living in Tennessee, it worries me the percentage of people who convince themselves there is a guy who can create stars and planets with the snap of his fingers (how ridiculous). How gullible these people must be. Grow up and forget Santa Claus, the Tooth Fairy, the Bogeyman and God!

“YO BOO”

Since: Sep 07

land of BOO

#466064 Aug 4, 2013
macumazahn wrote:
<quoted text>NOW you worry about that?
bout what

“It's Time. . .”

Since: Jun 13

New Holland

#466065 Aug 4, 2013
Kaitlin the Wolf Witch wrote:
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I repeat: Our REPUBLIC, and the very concept of the Republic, was founded by Greco-Roman Pagans.
Democracy was invented by the ancient Greeks, who were Pagans. The Roman Empire was originally founded on democracy, and the ancient Romans were Pagans.
Christianity has nothing to do with either democracy or the foundation of America. Surely, you've been exposed to this knowledge in high school.
Yeah, and Plato was a greater man than all the fundie idiots in the world.
duststorm

League City, TX

#466066 Aug 4, 2013
HandyGuy wrote:
<quoted text>They say a problem shared is a problem halved. It's not really of course - the problem is still there as it was before but people feel better after telling someone else. They get it off their chest although, again, really nothing has changed. It's the same with people believing in religion. As soon as they get baptized or whatever, it's like telling someone about their problems and they feel this weight being lifted off their shoulders but both these instances are in the mind of the individual. Of course nothing changes really. I mean, the notion that there's a man in the sky looking out for you is absolutely ludicrous in this day and age. All through time people have attributed things they didn't understand to the supernatural. Once science explains it, the supernatural element disappears. Where I'm from, very few people believe the God theory and take no interest in any form of religion, yet they don't have to lock their cars (or even houses) at night. Now living in Tennessee, it worries me the percentage of people who convince themselves there is a guy who can create stars and planets with the snap of his fingers (how ridiculous). How gullible these people must be. Grow up and forget Santa Claus, the Tooth Fairy, the Bogeyman and God!
Dearth has a problem. It's a fairly big problem. He followed your same unbelief and then he died and then he wound up in hellfire. It's a shame, because he was a good chap.
duststorm

League City, TX

#466067 Aug 4, 2013
SweetGreenEyes wrote:
<quoted text>Being a Christian is not bad, people have made Religion bad by using it as a tool to hurt others and control. Just live like this, "Love others as yourself." :)
South Carolina SweetGreenEyes, just be glad you are born again. if that is what you are.
Your advice "Love others as yourself" helps no one avoid perdition. The only way for them to avoid hell is to repent and believe and Dearth of Couth did neither. He receives a lot of sympathy on this thread, but he is now in Satan's abode, where there is no sympathy or kindness or love.

“You Can't Throw MeTo TheWolves”

Since: May 10

THEY COME WHEN I CALL

#466071 Aug 4, 2013
T-Town Clown wrote:
<quoted text>make fun of me why don't you?
If you insist.

“You Can't Throw MeTo TheWolves”

Since: May 10

THEY COME WHEN I CALL

#466072 Aug 4, 2013
HandyGuy wrote:
<quoted text>They say a problem shared is a problem halved. It's not really of course - the problem is still there as it was before but people feel better after telling someone else. They get it off their chest although, again, really nothing has changed. It's the same with people believing in religion. As soon as they get baptized or whatever, it's like telling someone about their problems and they feel this weight being lifted off their shoulders but both these instances are in the mind of the individual. Of course nothing changes really.
duststorm wrote:
<quoted text>Dearth has a problem. It's a fairly big problem. He followed your same unbelief and then he died and then he wound up in hellfire.
Do you really derive some comfort from such a vile, hate-filled belief? You do, don't you?

You vicious, hateful bitch. This is the EVIL of christianity and its adherents, folks, the PURE EVIL of christians and their cult.

You really do deserve all the hate that you accrue.

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